Pawa start Miami – Santo Domingo flights, November 16
Miami.- The airline Pawa Dominicana on Wednesday announced a new Miami-Santo Domingo air route starting Nov. 16, on which all travelers can “enjoy a truly gastronomic gourmet experience,” eldia.com.do reports.
After 20 years without regular flights by a Dominican carrier to the United States, Pawa Dominicana is poised to start two flights per day seven days a week.
Flights will depart Miami International at 5:15am (09-15 GMT) and 2:30pm (18-30 GMT) and arrive at Las Americas International at 10am (GMT 14-00) and 6:15pm (22-15 GMT).
Pawa’s itineraries allow fast connections to destinations such as Curacao, St. Maarten, Antigua, Port-au- Principe, Aruba, Puerto Rico and Havana, said CEO Luis Ramirez at a press conference. “We chose Miami because it has the second largest concentration of Dominicans in the United States, after New York.”
He said more than 175,000 Dominicans live in South Florida, adding that “it’s a new business door for air freight transport.”
Oct 26, 2016
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